Foo Fighters Open Concert Merch Pop-Up at 125 Rivington Street 

Posted on: July 13th, 2015 at 5:15 am by
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Music is returning to 125 Rivington Street for a limited time only…

Arena rockers Foo Fighters established a temporary retail presence at 125 Rivington Street this past weekend as marketing ploy. Its stated goal is to spread awareness ahead of their big city show at Citi Field on Wednesday. Along with celebrating its twentieth anniversary as a rock band.

The store is open through Thursday, 2pm to 10pm.

We are told that the band has been opening pop-up concert merch stands in each city the week of that gig. That way you can pick up venue-specific gear without the inconvenience of carrying at the show itself.

You may recall Rivington as the address in love with pop-up concepts. Almost more so than any other spot in the neighborhood. Nothing permanent has really taken to the real estate since Rivington Guitars bolted from its namesake location in 2008 and settled in the East Village. The closest was a bar called “The Carolinas”, which tried to take over two years ago, but ultimately failed.

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